Psalm Tweets: Book III (Round 3)

Psalm 73: Appearances can be deceiving–just not to God.
Psalm 73: For the word of God is living and effective…It is able to judge the ideas and thoughts of the heart. Heb. 4:12 HCSB

Psalm 74: These buildings are in ruins, but Yahweh’s throne in His temple still stands. Lord, I believe; help my unbelief!

Psalm 75: The one who boasts should boast in this, that he understands and knows Me–that I am Yahweh (Jer. 9:23-24 HCSB)

Psalm 76: The strong man has been bound and plundered by the majestic, humble, mighty King of Zion.

Melody+Theology new post: Always Appropriate wp.me/p4mEGr-ce

Melody+Theology new post: To Bring Remembrance wp.me/p4mEGr-cj

Psalm 77: I will not let go until You bless me; I will not give in until this place is Peniel.
Psalm 77: “This is the prayer of a man struggling to stay awake, not someone unable to fall asleep.” — Patrick Henry Reardon

Psalm 78: Our only consistency is our inconsistency; we’re faithfully unfaithful. He is faithful; we need Him to reign over us.

Psalm 79: “Lord, … how long until You judge and avenge our blood from those who live on the earth?” Rev. 6:10

Melody+Theology new post: Psalm 76 (Novelinee) #psalmtweets wp.me/p4mEGr-db

Psalm 80: Without God’s Benjamin (son of the right hand), we are boar-food and broken vines.

Psalm 81: Stop eating air and drinking wind and wondering why you’re hungry! Only Yahweh can fill and satisfy with rich food.

Psalm 82: “Pharaoh’s throne is once again threatened. When we pray, God arises to judge the earth in His righteousness.” — PHR

Psalm 83: “These are the horns that scattered Judah so no one could raise his head.” Terrify and cut them down! (Zech 1:18-21)
Psalm 83: “Against these demonic enemies of God and His people, we pray with the warrior’s fervor, anger, and zeal.” — PHR

Psalm 84: To have nothing but Jesus is to have everything.

Psalm 85: Salvation Himself is very near those who fear Him, and Glory tabernacled with us on earth.

Psalm 86: I have no leverage, no bargaining chips; “nothing in my hand I bring.” Jesus, You’re all I’ve got. Help me!

Psalm 87: A Collaboration Between John Newton and Chris Tomlin (Melody+Theology) wp.me/p4mEGr-N

Psalm 88: I am lost in the couch of heaven. Why won’t You lift the cushions and look for me?

Psalm 89: You who calm the raging seas, crush Sheol and establish David’s throne from its dust.

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